Jul 03 AT 12:00 PM Nick Gray 10 Comments

Moto X registration page goes live


In conjunction with the Moto X ad that ran today in the New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, Motorola has launched an email registration page on its site for those who would like to stay informed about the product. The Moto X registration page does not reveal any new details about the phone, but it does claim that, “by the end of summer, we expect there to be more than 2000 new employees in Ft. Worth, TX working to make all this possible.”


The idea of owning a phone that’s “designed by you” is certainly appealing, but Motorola and Google will be facing some tough competition from Samsung and HTC for dominance in the high-end Android space. Do you think Google and Motorola are willing to back the Moto X with a marketing budget big enough to push the Samsung Galaxy S4 to the sidelines?

Source: Motorola

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • http://www.jaxidian.org/update/ jaxidian

    Sweet! Thanks for the heads up!!

  • Arthur

    Just signed up! Thanks Nick! It is going to be real interesting to see to what extent Motorola and Google are taking this campaign of “Designing your phone the way it fits your life”.

  • drejohnson

    Really excited! The end of summer could be the beginning of something great! Please Moto X don’t be a disappointment!

  • mattcoz

    Except that all signs point to this competing in the mid-range Android space.

    • HolySmokesBatty

      I’m guessing the “leaked” specs are the baseline model.

      • http://www.infotainmentempire.com pekosROB

        I think you’re right, or at least got the right idea. It clearly is talking about being highly customized to the end user and I just can’t see them offering something so underpowered as their top tier components. It could even just be a ploy to make us keep guessing? I doubt that, but it’s supposed to compete with the likes of the S4 and One so I can’t see the specs of the XFON being the actual Moto X at its best incarnation.

  • lou2cool88

    Thanks for the heads up! I loved my Droid X back in the day. Here’s hoping they really live up to the hype. I’d love to design my own phone to fit my life.

  • fechhelm

    2000 New employees by the end of summer makes me think this phone isn’t even close to release. I was kinda hoping this was coming a lot sooner.

  • Pravas

    Hmm Lets see what this new concept brings…

  • donger

    Move over, Samsung.